Pakistan, US forces to hold joint military exercises this year
WASHINGTON (92 News) – The United States and Pakistan will conduct a range of joint military exercises starting in autumn 2015, according to a US Central Command press release on Tuesday.
“Pakistan and the United States have more than 100 engagements and exercises planned for the fiscal year that begins in October,” the release, issued, said. “Planned engagements between the two countries’ militaries include seminars and other forums covering a range of topics that includes counterterrorism, counterinsurgency, civil-military cooperation and intelligence,” the press release said.
The joint drills will include different workings, including air, land, sea and special operations, according to the US Central Command.